Welcome to Walker Community!

Located in the Bradshaw Mountains, south of Prescott, AZ, Walker Community is an old mining district, filled with history. It’s named after Joseph Walker, mountain man, explorer, and guide. He led a party to this valley to discover gold in the summer of 1863.

Today, the valley is filled with rustic cabins and elegant homes. There’s a vibrant community of people here, with an active social calendar. Some live here full-time, while others have second homes here.

Everyone loves it here. The community is great, with pancake breakfasts and things like that.

We’re all friends, (except for a few crazy ones.)

Internet is best by https://www.walkerwifi.com/. They are solid and dependable, with fast speeds and no data limits.

Cell phone is best through “Call by WiFi” on your phone, through your personal router connected to Walker WiFi.

Verizon does the best straight cell service, but it’s dicey. The higher you go, the better cell reception you get.

TV is by satellite or streaming Internet. We have DirectTV.

We are unincorporated, so the building department is through the county, not Prescott city.

Water is from wells or hauled water. Wells can be private or shared by multiple parcels.

There are a few companies that haul water, and a few more that drill and maintain wells.

The higher the parcel, the better the view, and the farther you have to drill for water, and the more you pay for the well.

Everything is on septic. Make sure you get a permit from the county, which will mandate set backs and other stuff.

Trash collection is dumpsters at the fire station. You pay a yearly fee for the combination to the locks to dump your trash.

Mail delivery is at group mailboxes around the area. FedEx and UPS deliver to your door in most places out here.

We personally have a PO Box in town for important stuff. That’s a personal preference.

Here’s a list of people that provide services in Walker: https://www.walkercommunity.com/walker-information/

Here’s a list of all of the property for sale in Walker, houses and land, although you can filter that.

Walker Webcams Provided by Walker Wifi Internet Service

Walker Community News

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions to be Implemented on Friday, May 14

This is a big one, folks. No fires.

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions to be Implemented on Friday, May 14 on the Prescott National Forest

PRESCOTT, AZ – May 10, 2021— The Prescott National Forest will enter Stage I Fire Restrictions on Friday, May 14, at 8 a.m. The goal of the fire restrictions is to protect public health by reducing the number of preventable human-caused wildfires. Restrictions will remain in effect until forest officials determine that conditions have changed sufficiently to reduce the risk of human-caused wildfire.

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Forest Order Number: 03-09-00-21-275 (303 KB […]

By |May 12th, 2021|Walker Community|

Burn Restrictions Starting Early

We wanted to set the expectation that burn restrictions will be starting relatively early this year, possibly this month. We will advise when restrictions are actually implemented and we request that residents and guests take them more seriously than last year.

Roger Nusbaum
Fire Chief
Walker Fire

By |April 21st, 2021|Walker Fire Department|

Pancake Breakfasts Start Again on April 24th


Step right up Saturday, April 24th 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. to enjoy your Pancake Breakfast at the Walker Fire Station.

The traditional last Saturday of the month summertime Pancake Breakfast to tickle your palate.

We’re very happy that we were going to be able to start our Pancake Breakfasts gatherings up again. All the good stuff, Pancakes, Sausage, BACON, Strawberries, Blueberries, Pastries, Juice Milk, Coffee, Tea, ICE CREAM (believe it or not a favorite).

Every kid gets a little prize. Everyone attending will get a ticket for a potential prize drawing.

Merchandise will […]

By |April 17th, 2021|WFPA|

Wildfire prevention is everyone’s responsibility

PRESCOTT, AZ – April 16, 2021— The Prescott National Forest wants to remind our visitors about the importance of campfire safety and your part in preventing human-caused wildland fires. Warmer temperatures and spring winds are increasing fire danger across Arizona.

Please be vigilant of the high winds and rising temperatures and avoid using anything with an open flame or a spark. #OneLessSpark

If mowing grass down, use a string-style trimmer rather than a lawn mower as the blades can strike rock and produce a spark.

Make sure that your chain saw […]

By |April 16th, 2021|Walker Community|

WFPA Annual Meeting – Open Board of Director Seats

This is a friendly reminder for anyone wanting to get involved with the WFPA.

There are currently 3 open Board of Director seats. We are excited to announce that three of the current board members will be running for re-election. The WFPA is also taking nominations for candidates who are interested in running for these positions.

Getting involved with the board is a great way to connect with new people and serve the community. It will involve attending most of the meetings which are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 8:45am-10:??am.

Meetings are held at the Fire Station. Serving […]

By |April 10th, 2021|WFPA|

2021 Walker Community Chip and Haul Is Coming!

You can clear the growth on your property and bring it to the fire station parking lot, where it will be chipped, or ground up, and hauled off in roll offs.

March 13 – May 20

Walker Community Action Alliance (WCAA) is happy to announce the 2021 Walker Community Chip and Haul event. Generous donations from the community at previous “Sundae Saturday” ice cream socials, Walker Calendar Sales, a “$5,500.00 Title III Forest Fee Program” grant from the Yavapai County Supervisors and very generous grants from community individuals have made this event possible. We wish to thank the Walker […]

By |March 6th, 2021|WCAA|

Attack of the Bark Beetles

News Release

Bark Beetles Infesting Ponderosa Pine on Prescott National Forest

Prescott, AZ, March 4, 2021 – Pine engraver beetles are actively infesting ponderosa pine trees across areas of the Prescott National Forest. Aerial detection surveys conducted by the US Forest Service in early February 2021 recorded a ten-fold increase in ponderosa pine mortality caused by these bark beetles since August 2020 with more than 2,000 acres impacted. The 2021 survey focused on Mingus Mountain, the Bradshaw Mountains, and the Crown King area. Most tree mortality was observed in the Bradshaw Mountains, but elevated mortality was also mapped on Mingus Mountain. Ponderosa […]

By |March 5th, 2021|Walker Community|

Walker Road is in New Mitsubishi Commercial

Starting at 12 seconds in, Walker Road is featured in this new TV commercial.

There are overhead drone shots and interior shots with Walker Road in the background.

At 25 seconds. the map on the dash even says “Walker Road”. Pause it and look closely.

It ends up at Watson lake, but there’s Sedona and the Walnut Grove steel bridge along the way.

The whole commercial was shot around the Prescott area, at least within an hour and a half of here.

Where are the initial scenes shot? Houses […]

By |February 18th, 2021|Walker Community|

It’s a White Valentine’s Day

Walker received another 5 inches of snow last night.

After the 4 feet we got a few weeks ago, this is nothing.

It’s enough to make everything beautiful out there.

It’s going to be a sunny day today, so it will probably all melt by tomorrow.

Be careful driving around.

These photos are of a hawk in the tree off our deck, enjoying the view.

By |February 14th, 2021|Walker Community|
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